On 18 Juli, 10:47, Michael Gordge <mikegor...@xtra.co.nz> wrote: > On Jul 18, 1:47 pm, Huang <huangxienc...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > > My view of spacetime is more aligned with Einstein than Kant. > > You have yet to explain how to identify time from any other concept, > why is that? > > Why have you used spacetime as if it has a meaning of its own? > > How does spacetime differ from time and space? > > MG
Nonesimulated space is basicly the cubic volume of a part of Euclidian space. It has volume quantity by the masses that occupy and encloses it. And this cubic space or volume can be plotted with just three dimensions. Space do not curve, mass that travel space may not travel in a straight line due to mass of gravitational forces but there is no curved space.
Time is the ***universal nonevariant linear ratio*** we chosen to measure motion and change, when causual events take place(sets off). On a higher level these causual events is governed by logical determinism, namely ***positional particle/mass existence**** vs ***void*** in the f three dimensional order/cosmos of Euclidian space.
Field propagation of ***positional particle/mass existence*** is instant, there is no transmission delay ***instant field collapse and interaction***. Fields do not propagate, waves in matter and particles do. At a field collaps all interacting fields notified instantly.
If you do not provoke minds you really did not say anything.